Browsing All posts tagged under »Istanbul«

Featured Member – Töre Erel

March 20, 2011

0 Being the son of an IT professional, Töre’s interest into computers had started in a very early age. Starting with baby steps on Paint application, he took his drawing skills into a digital environment as a hobby. Strangely wishing to become a Molecular Biology and Genetics student, he ended up pursuing his dream […]

FEATURED MEMBER – Can Dagarslani

March 11, 2011

0 Graduating in 2006 from Mimar Sinan University of Fine Art, Istanbul, Can Dagarslani aged 26, became increasingly more interested in Photography while studying Architecture. It all began in 2003 when Dagarslani started working on landscape shoots of different places that would bring out each city’s architectural plan. When Dagarlsani discovered lomography, his digital […]


March 6, 2011


    Burak Beceren is a twenty six years old graphic designer and illustrator from istanbul. Currently studying at Bilgi University’s Visual Communication Design department, he has been awarded a full scholarship.     He has gained much notoriety from Bant magazine, which featured many of his illustrations between August 2007 and September 2009. Some personal works […]

FEATURED MEMBER – Sibel Engingok

February 21, 2011


    Coming from a family of artists, daughter of a painter and sister of a fashion designer, Sibel is currently in her second year studying French Literature but applying also for Photography and Video Department in University of Bilgi in Istanbul. At a young age, Sibel found herself tampering with an old camera, realizing her […]


February 6, 2011

0 Born in 1980, Emynassy is a self-taught Photographer currently living in Istanbul, Turkey. With an architectural background, has been spending most of his time traveling. His work is in the vein of documentary.    Q.  What does art mean to you?A.  Reality that is tangible. Q.  Do you have a favorite modern artist?A.  […]


January 29, 2011


               James started photography using a camera made by his mother when she worked for Canadian Kodak. While learning Australian as a boy he started taking pictures of his brothers with kangaroos and never looked back. Despite working & fighting his way through the living industrial archaeology of Northern Ireland ( its factories & […]